Plants in Measure for Measure

Birch: [1.3.10-31]. Bran: [4.3.151-158]. Corn: [4.1.70-75]. Garlic: [3.2.166-178]. Ginger: [4.3.1-11]. Grape: [2.1.128-133]. Medlar: [4.3.151-158]. Myrtle: [2.2.114-127]. Oak: [2.2.114-127]. Peach: peach-colored [4.3.1-11]. Prune: [2.1.89-110]. Rose: [1.4.16-20].

General References: seed [1.2.95-101]; weed, twigs [1.3.10-31]; husbandry and tilth [1.4.39-44]; scarecrow [2.1.1-4]; flower [3.1.80-84]; fruit-dish [2.1.89-110]; bark and trunk [3.1.61-71]; weed (v.) [3.2.260-263]; straw [4.3.1-11]; fruitful [4.3.151-158]; burr [4.3.151-158]; deflower [4.4.20-25]; garden, vineyard [4.1.28-35].

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